7 Lucky Dice by Diamond Jim Tyler
Finally, there is an affordable set of normal looking force dice on the market! In the past one was lucky to find one of these dies, and even then one had to constantly force the same number. Now you can give your audience the illusion of choice!
These 7 LUCKY DICE can be used for magic effects where a die is employed and could be used to increase your odds at winning in dice games.
Normal dice abide by the rule of seven; six of these dice do not but can be casually examined and handled. These custom made elimination dice are not loaded but allow the magician to force any number one through six.
Basically you get six double-numbered dies. The seventh die is for switching out.
Imagine a spectator numbering six envelopes one through six. They are instructed to place a fake bill in five of the envelopes and their own $100 bill into the sixth envelope and to seal them all. They then roll a die and if the number two comes up, then you or they destroy the envelope marked #2 by burning it or shredding it. This procedure is done until one envelope is left. Miraculously, their $100 bill is the lone survivor. They mark the envelopes. They place their bill inside. They roll the dice. They destroy the envelopes one by one if they wish. It seems to good to be true!
These 16 mm 7 LUCKY DICE are a wonderful secret weapon to have in your arsenal for close-up, parlor or stage.
CLICK HERE to see a performance ny Mark Shortland using this item.
- Standard 16mm white dice
- Look like what they are supposed to look like
- Made very well
- Great utility item
- Basic packaging
- Simple one page color instructions
These look just like simple gaming dice. They are made very well and you get a full set of forcing dice. Please note that these dice are used to eliminate 6 items and leave one left. It can be any number from one to six.
Although this comes in bare bones packaging, there is a video link to an example performace by Mark Shortland from Penn and Teller's Fool Us show. The performance is to be used as an example and does not give you permission to perform Mark's routine.